Demi Lovato announced that she might be retiring from touring after the successful release of her latest album and that the “Holy Fvck” Tour would be her last.
Demi Lovato has been opening up to the media in recent weeks about her past struggles, particularly her sufferings as a young artist in the entertainment industry, her mental health, and even the abuses she has endured.
Demi Lovato’s fans were concerned about her current mental and physical health in a three-part Instagram story.
In the first story, accompanied by a photo of what appeared to be her bedroom window overlooking a cityscape, she stated that she was “so f-cking sick” that she couldn’t get out of bed, along with a sad and sick emoji.
Later, she returned with the same background but a more concerning statement:
“I can’t do this anymore.”
Her final post came a minute after she announced that her next tour, the “Holy Fvck” support tour, would be her last.
Demi has already done a lot of tours, especially since leaving Disney’s “Camp Rock.” Her current “Holy Fvck” tour is wrapping up its South American leg in Chile, with a three-day stop at the Movistar Arena in Santiago.
According to Billboard, the “Cool for the Summer” hitmaker has not revealed any additional details about her plan to quit smoking. Still, the problem could be related to her current mental health issues and challenges, based on the tone of her statements.
Demi has posted more stories on her Instagram account as of this writing, asking her crowd in Santiago, Chile, for assistance because she would only be “powering through” the performance due to her illness.
She also shared a mirror selfie, stating that she would frequently point the microphone at the audience. Demi thanked her fans shortly after for “reeeeally” pulling through the night with her performance.
Demi has detailed the abuse she suffered from key people in her management early in her career, including being barred from seeking medical treatment for her eating disorder.
Demi Lovato’s “Holy Fvck” Tour 2022 will begin its 25-city North American tour on September 22 in Weathland, California, and conclude on November 6 in Irving, Texas.